Her fields of study are feminist theory american literature and disability studies she is author of staring how we look and extraordinary bodies figuring physical disability in american literature and culture co editor of re presenting disability museums and the politics of display and disability studies enablin. Re presenting disability addresses issues surrounding disability representation in museums and galleries a topic which is receiving much academic attention and is becoming an increasingly pressing issue for practitioners working in wide ranging museums and related cultural organisations. A book re presenting disability activism and agency in the museum edited with jocelyn dodd and rosemarie garland thomson was published in 2010 this book features contributors working in wide ranging museums galleries and cultural sites in australia zambia norway taiwan america canada uk and cambodia. Activism and agency in the museum edited by richard sandell jocelyn dodd rosemarie garland thomson edition 1st edition first published 27 january 2010 ebook published 13 september 2013 which have considerable currency within museums and museum studies re presenting disability explores such issues as . Editions for re presenting disability activism and agency in the museum 0415494737 paperback published in 2010 0415494710 hardcover published in 20 home my books
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